Gold Mines

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List Of Active Gold Mines In Western Australia
... This is a list of the major gold mines in Western Australia ... In 2008, gold was ranked fifth in the list of resources exported by Western Australia in regards to value, behind iron ore, crude oil, alumina and LNG ... In 2008, the state produced 4,200,000 ounces of gold, or 131.421 tonnes ...
John T. Ryan Trophy - Award Winners - Metal Mines
... Ryan National Trophy for Metal Mines Winners Year Company Mine City/Town Province 2011 Vale Inco Thompson Mine and Birchtree Mine Thompson Manitoba 2010 Cameco McArthur ... Garson Mine Garson Ontario 2005 Inco Ltd ... Birchtree Mine Thompson Manitoba 2004 Kinross Gold Corporation New Britania Mine Snow Lake Manitoba 2003 Cogema Resources Inc ...
Courtney, North Carolina - History - Gold Mines
... Gold was mined in the Courtney area from about 1875 until the 1920s ... The Groce Gold Mine operated from 1875 until about 1920 ... The Dixon Gold Mine on Wyo Road mined gold from 1902-1923 ...
Canarc Resource Corp. - Gold Mines
... Canarc identified multiple surface gold prospects including the large, low-grade JQA zone of gold porphyry mineralization ...
African Immigration To Puerto Rico - First Africans in Puerto Rico
1508, he joined Juan Ponce de León to explore Puerto Rico and prospect for gold, and in 1511, he fought under Ponce de León to repress the Caribs and the Tainos who had joined forces in Puerto Rico ... of the Taínos' good faith and enslaved them, forcing them to work in the gold mines and in the construction of forts ... largest contingent of African slaves came from the Gold Coast, Nigeria, and Dahomey, and the region known as the area of Guineas, the Slave Coast ...

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